Mary Sue Locklear brought nature’s medicine chest to UNC Pembroke November 22 for a discussion of the benefits of native herbs.
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As one of the most culturally diverse schools in the U.S., UNC Pembroke is always seeking ways to explore and celebrate different cultures. November 18 was no different as Dr. Marcie C. Ferris presented her lecture, “Say it With Food: A Culinary Tour of the Jewish South.”
There are jobs for history majors.
From art to zoology majors, the Career Center dispenses job advice – both practical and theoretical – to students and alumni at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
Although Anthony Hunt’s prospects for a Thanksgiving feast were slim, he spent the day before the holiday making sure 30 needy families had turkey on the table.
April 7, 2014 |
The December 11, 2004, Winter Commencement at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke witnessed 402 receive diplomas.
It was UNCP’s 5th Winter Commencement and the largest. The advent of a mid-year ceremony continues to be popular with students.